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Rohtmets, Priit; Tēraudkalns, Valdis (2016). Taking legitimacy to exile: Baltic Orthodox churches and the interpretation of the concept of legal continuity during and after the Soviet occupation of the Baltic states. Journal of Church and State, 58 (4), 633−665.
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On 4 September 2017, Viljandi Culture Academy opens the Centre for Arts in Tartu, in which more than 35 arts courses are offered for all students, teaching staff members and employees of the University of Tartu.